She Transforms Coffee Spills Into Impossibly Detailed Works Of Art.

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At first glance, Wales' work looks like it's created from brown paint.

Creativity is a beautiful thing. You can see creativity in practically any environment and use literally anything as your medium. You can let your imagination run wild and create art out of anything as long as you're willing.

Art can be made out of wires, leaves, or even dirt. The more unusual a medium is, the more innovative it is. Tammie Wales is a talented artist who creates beautiful paintings but she doesn't use your everyday art supplies. This artist uses coffee to create some pretty spectacular work. You won’t see your java the same way again.


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On the contrary, her art is actually made 100% out of coffee.

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To be clear, she uses actual coffee not the coffee beans or powder.

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Painting with coffee is actually very similar to using watercolor paint. The consistency is almost the same.

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And just like watercolor painting, coffee painting allows the artist to use an unlimited variety of styles and themes.

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As you can see, Wales doesn't have a cap on what she draws and paints.

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Each of her unique coffee paintings differ from one another from various subjects to various painting styles.

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Whether she's painting an animal, a human being, or everyday objects -- they all come out meticulously beautiful.

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Not only can see paint beautiful imagery with her coffee, she can also paint out typography with the caffeinated medium.

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Here's a close-up of an in-progress painting of hers. Look at the way she packs on the coffee onto the paper to create different shades and dimensions.

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Wales' is still a new and upcoming artist but her work definitely stands out.

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Goes to show that if something you're consuming can be turned into art, anything can!

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What other nontraditional mediums do you think would be great for future art?

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At this point, anything ordinary has potential to transform into something artistic and creative.

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